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This show is for multicultural couples who are planning to blend their life together!

Mixed weddings and supporting diversity, that’s what the ‘Getting Married Multiculturally’ Podcast is all about!

Being in a multicultural relationship means we get to live life with so many diverse experiences! We learn new languages, survive long distances, become traveling experts, and get to enjoy a variety of food, music, and traditions. We call another culture our family, we raise global children, and we become socially open minded.

Your host, Edit, is Hungarian. She was born in Serbia, studied in Italy, and now living in the States with her American husband and two daughters. On this Podcast she is sharing some inspirational mixed-couple stories to support and encourage you along this exciting journey. Edit is a wedding photographer with a passion for documenting multicultural stories, and she is also bringing you wedding experts to talk more about blended wedding ideas and tips.

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    • Personal Journals
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This show is for multicultural couples who are planning to blend their life together!

Mixed weddings and supporting diversity, that’s what the ‘Getting Married Multiculturally’ Podcast is all about!

Being in a multicultural relationship means we get to live life with so many diverse experiences! We learn new languages, survive long distances, become traveling experts, and get to enjoy a variety of food, music, and traditions. We call another culture our family, we raise global children, and we become socially open minded.

Your host, Edit, is Hungarian. She was born in Serbia, studied in Italy, and now living in the States with her American husband and two daughters. On this Podcast she is sharing some inspirational mixed-couple stories to support and encourage you along this exciting journey. Edit is a wedding photographer with a passion for documenting multicultural stories, and she is also bringing you wedding experts to talk more about blended wedding ideas and tips.

    059: Getting Married at Home During the Global Pandemic with Nadia from Lebanon

    059: Getting Married at Home During the Global Pandemic with Nadia from Lebanon

    Nadia, from Kuwait, wanted to have the perfect wedding with her Lebanese partner in beautiful Italy. But their dreams fell apart as the Coronavirus came about, so they decided to get married at home.

    • 47 min
    058: Quarantine Wedding During the Coronavirus Outbreak with Anastasija and Josh

    058: Quarantine Wedding During the Coronavirus Outbreak with Anastasija and Josh

    Anastasija and Josh were supposed to get married in Vancouver on April 3rd in front of 135 guests. But after restrictions were put on the city, and considering their loved ones safety, they decided to cancel the wedding and have an intimate ceremony in his parents living room. Only their immediate family was allowed in the house, but little did they know, there was a huge surprise waiting for them outside.

    • 55 min
    057: Coming Out While Planning an American-Indian Wedding with Aveena and Alissa

    057: Coming Out While Planning an American-Indian Wedding with Aveena and Alissa

    I’m so excited to share with you Aveena and Alissa’s American-Indian wedding story, and the journey of their relationship. They are not only a multicultural couple, but these ladies had to stand up for their love in front of so many people who were against their relationship. 

    • 1 hr 15 min
    056: Dating Ideas and Love Languages for Multicultural Couples (Valentine's Day)

    056: Dating Ideas and Love Languages for Multicultural Couples (Valentine's Day)

    In this episode I’m talking about how people around the World celebrate love. I’m sharing ideas to express your feelings with the 5 love languages, and some dating tips for couples in long distance relationship.

    • 45 min
    055: Hungarian-Chinese Wedding with Ágnes from A-Mia Handcrafted

    055: Hungarian-Chinese Wedding with Ágnes from A-Mia Handcrafted

    In this episode, Ágnes from Seattle shares her Hungarian-Chinese wedding and all the beautiful ways she was able to blend the two cultures together.

    • 51 min
    054: Salvadorian-Tunisian/Italian Jewish wedding with Karen from Canada

    054: Salvadorian-Tunisian/Italian Jewish wedding with Karen from Canada

    Karen talks about her challenges when it comes to finding elements of wedding traditions that are not religious. Between her husband’s Italian-Tunisian roots, Jewish religion, and her Latin culture, it was really difficult to incorporate some things that are important, but don’t quite fit their beliefs or vision.

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Ams fan 02 ,

Down to earth and real!

Great info and insights! Always find some interesting thought or idea that I had never even considered. Edit is an amazing host and is very thoughtful in the topics she discusses.

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I love this podcast!

Edit is a great host! You can feel the energy and passion she has for what she does. I’ve found the content on her podcast to be very relevant for what I experience in my multicultural relationship. Excited to continue listening!

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